Afeemi describes the relationship between Bindu and Abhimanyu which keeps getting stronger. Like the pleasant greenery that colours a forest, like a sweet sorbet – Slowly but steadily his affection for her grows.
WORD- Dhaani – Light Green, Sharbatein – Sweet drink, Chahat – Affection.
A little bit of innocence, a little bit of mischief, slowly but steadily, Bindu has gotten used to him being around. Being in his company has become a habit and this habit keeps rising.
WORD- Nadaani – Innocence, Shaitaani – Mischievous, Dheeme – Slowly, Aaadat – Habit.
She is right in front of him but he can’t believe it and he wonders why? Her presence is magical.
From evening till the early morning, as the breeze blows gently- He can’t help himself as he keeps looking at her in awe.
WORD – Rubaru – In front of, Yaqeen – Believe, Saba – Early morning gentle breeze.
WORD- Afeemi termed as God’s Own Medicine is liquid opium which was historically used to cure numerous ailments and helped in reducing pain.
In the context of the song, lyricist Kausar Munir uses this metaphor to describe their relationship. The love and affection they share, heals each other and helps them overcome the hard times.
When Bindu is with him, she melts a little, she slips a little. Losing her consciousness, she falls into his arms.
Her intentions keep switching and shifting, and when it goes bad, only he could handle and take care of her. Because Bindu is unpredictable.
WORD- Pighalti – Melt, Gash – Unconscious, Khisakti – Shift, Niyat – Intentions.
He promises her – From today onwards, the distances between them shall cease to exist. Their intentions for living life is one and the same. Now their roads ahead are the same, their eyes envision the same dream.
WORD- Faasle – Distance, Saanson – Breaths.
The relationship they share is intoxicating and exciting. This moment is alive and Bindu doesn’t let him have a moment’s peace. She’s a spirited woman who lives life to the fullest.
WORD- Khumaari – Intoxicating, Qaraar – Peace/Tranquility.